Lenovo K6 Power launched with 4000mAh battery, SD430


Lenovo K6 Power specifications

Lenovo have launched yet another competitor to the Xiaomi Redmi 3S/3S Prime in the Indian market. The phone features an extremely similar design to the Redmi 3S, and along with that also has a large capacity battery.

Lenovo K6 Power Specifications

  • 5-inch display with 1920 x 1080p resolution
  • Snapdragon 430 SoC
  • 3GB RAM
  • 32GB ROM
  • 13 mega-pixel rear camera with PDAF
  • 8 mega-pixel front facing camera
  • Android 6.0
  • Fingerprint scanner
  • 4000mAh battery

Lenovo K6 Power specifications

The Lenovo K6 Power will go on sale for 9,999 INR or $145 in India.

It will first go on sale on the 6th of December in the country, exclusively via online retailer Flipkart.

The Indian market continues to be a battleground for Chinese phone makers. The price sensitive nature of the market along with the fast-evolving user base lend unique characteristics to the Indian market.

In related news, the OnePlus 3T will be the next major launch in the country.

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10 Comments

  1. Alex
    November 29, 2016

    The thing with xiaomi is that whoever do buy a phone from them and experience the software support and the community behind MIUI, then the support experience with any other brand (maybe except Nexus/Pixel lineup) feels so lackluster, in every way. MIUI is an acquired taste though, but nothing in life is perfect, anyway… 🙂

    • highwind
      November 29, 2016

      The first thing I did when I received my Redmi Note 3 Pro was to unlock the bootloader to get rid of MIUI…

      • Alex
        November 29, 2016

        As said, it’s an acquired taste..love it or hate it. My favorite launcher is TSF though, I’ve also got Nova (paid – prime).

  2. Alex
    November 29, 2016

    The thing with xiaomi is that whoever do buy a phone from them and experience the software support and the community behind MIUI, then the support experience with any other brand (maybe except Nexus/Pixel lineup) feels so lackluster, in every way. MIUI is an acquired taste though, but nothing in life is perfect, anyway… 🙂

    • provokanter Tabellenführer
      November 29, 2016

      The first thing I did when I received my Redmi Note 3 Pro was to unlock the bootloader to get rid of MIUI…

    • Alex
      November 29, 2016

      As said, it’s an acquired taste..love it or hate it. My favorite launcher is TSF though, I’ve also got Nova (paid – prime).

  3. highwind
    November 29, 2016

    How is a phone a competitor to the Redmi 3S when it has specs nearly identical to the Redmi 4?

    • Alex
      November 29, 2016

      Only by the looks, the specs are much better, on paper at least. Lenovo’s devices don’t have the best reputation for smooth performance however.

  4. provokanter Tabellenführer
    November 29, 2016

    How is a phone a competitor to the Redmi 3S when it has specs nearly identical to the Redmi 4?

    • Alex
      November 29, 2016

      Only by the looks, the specs are much better, on paper at least. Lenovo’s devices don’t have the best reputation for smooth performance however.